http://www.kansascity.com/mld/kansascity/news/local/6466132.htm Voters in Jackson County, Mo., which includes Kansas City, overwhelmingly decided yesterday to extend a sales tax that provides millions of dollars for drug enforcement, prevention and treatment, the Kansas City Star reports. The Community-Backed Anti-Drug Tax (COMBAT) was approved 22,267 to 12,391. COMBAT is a quarter-cent sales tax that has generated $15 to $20 million annually to hire police, teach children the dangers of drugs, and give addicts the opportunity . . .
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